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World Famous Cuisine – You Must Try!

One of the most enjoyable aspects of travel is the opportunity to try different meals. It might be tough to know where to begin when there are so many cuisines to try. Cuisines play an integral part in defining a nation’s culture – and whether you’re sampling a local delicacy at a street market, being entertained by a family in their home, or dining out at an upmarket restaurant, here is a list of must-eat foods around the globe.

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  1. Croque Madame


It’s a classic breakfast that can be found at every brasserie and is a fantastic way to start the day. If croissants and baguettes aren’t your things, a Croque Madame is a fried egg and cheese sandwich topped with grated cheese. The French call it a Croque Monsieur if you eat it without the fried egg.

2. Borscht


This soup originated in Ukraine and is popular throughout Eastern and Central Europe. Borscht has dozens of variations, but beetroot is a core ingredient, as well as stock and sauteed vegetables. Try it both hot and cold.

3. Kimchi


If you’re keen on fermented vegetables and spicy food, this is the dish for you. The main ingredient of this Korean side dish is Chinese cabbage, which is also flavoured with onions, garlic, and red pepper. You’ll find this dish in every Korean household.

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4. Carbonara Pasta


This meal is a pasta dish made with cream sauce, eggs, pancetta (sliced bacon), and olive oil that originated in Rome. It’s often served on a spherical plate with Parmesan cheese on top. The most important aspect in making Carbonara is to cook the pasta until it is al dente.

5. Souvlaki


This Greek fast food is both inexpensive and tasty. This cuisine consists of kebabs on wooden skewers made with beef, hog, or chicken (as well as vegetables on occasion). The meal is served in a pita sandwich or on a platter with different garnishes, bread or fried potatoes.

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Fondue is a dish of melted cheese served in a pot over the fire and is the ultimate communal food. Long-stemmed forks are used to dip bread into the cheese. You may also discover variants on the conventional cheese fondue, such as a beef fondue made with hot oil, or a delectable dipping treat made with melted chocolate.

7. Bangers and Mash


A traditional dish from the British Isles, this delicious meal of sausages and mashed potatoes – topped with onion gravy – is perfect as a homemade dinner.

8. Tom Yum


This sour-spicy soup is flavoured by a broth that includes shrimps, chicken, fish and fragrant herbs and spices such as lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, fish sauce and crushed chillis. It has a distinctive taste and has many variations – most include prawns and other seafood.


9. Sushi 


Sushi is a must-try when visiting Japan. The major components are rice and seaweed (nori), which may hold almost anything, including meat, fish, veggies, and eggs. Pickled ginger, hot horseradish (wasabi), and soy sauce are usually served with sushi.

 10. Meat Pie


Meat pies are baked with a shortcrust foundation and include minced meat, making them the closest thing to a national cuisine (apart from Vegemite, which is a thick food paste commonly smeared on toasted bread). Onions, mushrooms, and other items are sometimes included in meat pies. Meat pies are uniquely Australian, whether for lunch or as a snack – and don’t forget the tomato sauce.

11.  Biryani


Throughout the Indian subcontinent, this mixed meal of rice, meat, veggies, and numerous strong spices may be found. Before being served together, the biryani meat and rice are cooked separately. It is usually the main course of a meal.

12. Ceviche 


 It’s made out of raw fish pieces (Corvina or cebo – sea bass), sliced onions, jalapeño peppers, salt, and pepper, marinated in freshly squeezed key lime or bitter orange (Naranja agria) juice.

13. Paneer Butter Masala


Paneer is a type of fresh cheese common to the Indian subcontinent, and when paired with butter masala (a type of rich tomato gravy), it is the perfect combination of creaminess and spiciness. This dish is served with rice or tandoori roti (a type of flatbread).

14. Paella


This Spanish national rice dish is tinted with saffron. It is usually made with a wide variety of chicken and seafood, although variations also include vegetarian options. The name of a dish comes from the Latin word patella, meaning “frying pan”.

15. Quesadilla


The direct Spanish translation of this dish is “cheese tortilla”. This Mexican fast-food snack consists of grilled folded tortillas stuffed with vegetables, meat or poultry, and of course – cheese.

16. Hamburger


Skip the hamburgers of the McDonalds variety and try a more homemade option. The best hamburgers include fresh bread, crunchy vegetables, melted cheese and juicy burgers, with a side of French fries.

17. Jerk chicken


Jerk is a style of cooking where meat is rubbed or marinated with a very hot spice mixture, that includes allspice, Scotch bonnet peppers, and other ingredients. The seasoning is traditionally applied to pork or chicken, but can also be used for virtually any other meat, seafood or vegetable.

18. Falafel


Readily found throughout the Middle East, a falafel is a deep-fried ball made from ground chickpeas or fava beans. The ultimate in fast food is commonly served in pita bread or wrapped in a flatbread. Falafels are topped with vegetables, hot sauce, and tahini-based sauces.

Whether you are someone with a refined taste for food or you simply want to relish life through your taste buds, these best dishes in the world are worth crossing oceans for.

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